What will be required for manufacturing:
- Set of wooden clothespins. 24 pieces were enough for me, but the number of clothespins directly depends on the diameter and size of the base circle.
- Cardboard for the base of our panel.
- Glue a gun or any other reliable glue.
- A pencil.
- Dry glue for gluing cardboard parts.
- Plates or any other circles for marking the base.
We start with the manufacture of the base form for the panel. We take a square of cardboard and apply dishes of suitable diameter to it. Pencil circle the shape of a circle.
Next, in the middle of the resulting circle, apply a plate of a smaller diameter and also circle it with a pencil. Carefully make sure that the small plate is exactly in the middle of the drawn circle, so that the shape is even.
Next, cut out the drawn base. It is necessary to make two identical disks. The second is done quite simply. Attach the already cut disk to the cardboard and circle it with a pencil. When you cut, cut out the markup with a pencil, so that the diameter is the same as that of the previous disk.
We glue two identical parts together. This is necessary so that the base form is rigid.
We begin to stick clothespins. We glue them with clamps in the center so that the “mouth” of the clothespins looks from the center. To stick the clothespins evenly in a circle, first mark the four sides with a pencil and glue the clothespins on them.
Exactly the same four marks are now made between already pasted clothespins and glue new ones.
Now distributing clothespins will be completely not difficult. In the gaps, it remains to glue two clothes pegs. This distribution allows you to symmetrically place objects on the surface of the base, which is a lot of importance.
This is the basis for the photopanel.
By hanging the base on the wall, you can attach your favorite photos, postcards, thematic pictures for classes with children or love notes for your husband to clothespins. There are a lot of places for imagination.